Usually a moderately-paced type of yoga with sequences linked to form a flow, Vinyasa builds heat in the body and offers intermediate to advanced variations of the poses. A basic familiarization with the asanas and alignments will surely come in handy in this class, but beginners are always welcome.
A new class that brings to the spotlight your breathing and meditation practices and incorporates them into a gentle morning sequence. This is the perfect morning class and the best way to usher in the weekend.
We are supporting the yoga community while on Enhanced Community Quarantine by offering classes via Zoom.
Requirements: Zoom login, internet connection, a space to move, and a device with a camera.
We highly encourage our students to use video so our teachers can adjust their sequences and pace and give you personal assistance verbally. Kindly be responsible with the space you will be sharing and viewing. Classes are subject to change and announcements are done on our Facebook and Instagram pages. All classes are multi-level and run from 60 to 75 minutes.
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A modification of the primary series includes sun salutations, standing and seated postures. The first part of class will start with a warm-up series of sun salutations to build up heat. The standing series promotes balance and symmetry in the body and aids in the process of detoxification and toning of the body. The final part of class is a deeper focus on seated postures with the intention of keeping poses modified and accessible to each student’s individual level. A seated meditation will conclude the practice with deep relaxation, or savasana. This class introduces the students to the breathing and movement techniques used specifically in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. It is designed for beginners and moves slower with more detail on alignment.
Enhanced Hatha emphasizes the breath and the foundation of each pose to economically restore normal biomechanical patterns and prevent injury. There are no traditional sun salutations; chaturangas are substituted with other movement disciplines that enhance mobility. Yoga Therapy concepts like Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and Functional Range Conditioning are incorporated into the sequence.
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All levels of practitioners are welcome to Rocket 1 as we will focus on strengthening the legs, shoulders and abdominals. Be ready to move a bit faster and get a lot stronger. The Rocket 1 Routine integrates postures from the first and second series of Ashtanga Vinyasa.
A mix of different disciplines (Barre, Plana, Yoga, Pilates, and others) interwoven to create a nice flow of movement designed for core strength and core stability. Expect a fun and supportive class, as well as poses that can challenge you and take your yoga and other movement practices to the next level.
A beginner-friendly practice that focuses on the balance of all the major body parts, Hatha-Vinyasa is the perfect progression that builds your strength and endurance from foundation poses to the more intermediate poses. While we still hold poses for a few breaths, we also transition smoothly to the next pose and then to the next, keeping in mind principles of alignment and breath.